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  • Carolyn Phillips a Research Affiliate With CQGRD

    With the addition of Carolyn Phillips, the Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development, will be expanding its portfolios. Philips is a director at the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation, which focuses on accessibility.

    With the addition of Carolyn Phillips, the Center for Quality Growth and Regional Development, will be expanding its portfolios. Philips is a director at the Center for Inclusive Design and Innovation, which focuses on accessibility.

  • IMAGINE Lab's AR Tool Helped Georgia Tech Envision Coda Building Years Before Construction Began

    In 2015, the IMAGINE Lab, part of the Center for Spatial Planning Analytics and Visualization at Georgia Tech, was tasked by stakeholders at the Institute to create a pilot project for a quick visual tool for planning the future Coda building.

    In 2015, the IMAGINE Lab, part of the Center for Spatial Planning Analytics and Visualization at Georgia Tech, was tasked by stakeholders at the Institute to create a pilot project for a quick visual tool for planning the future Coda building.

  • Built Environment Experts Assemble at Georgia Tech

    Researchers and practitioners in the fields of architecture, urban design, urban planning, building science, and data science from across the globe will convene in Georgia Tech from April 7 – April 9, 2019 for the 10th annual celebration of the SimAUD.

    SimAUD is a highly selective annual conference supported by the Society for Modeling & Simulation International (SCS) and the Association for Computing Machinery (ACM).  More than 70 experts from around the globe will meet to present and discuss cutting-edge research and findings, to experience hands-on simulation workshops and to speculate on future challenges and opportunities for the built environment.

  • Today's Automated Cities Raise Ethics and Privacy Issues

    While urban automation delivers many benefits, its various forms raise issues of access, privacy, safety, trust, and discrimination. These issues raise ethical questions should be addressed in its design and deployment.

    While urban automation delivers many benefits, its various forms raise issues of access, privacy, safety, trust, and discrimination. These issues raise ethical questions that should be addressed in its design and deployment.